Fuller House Will Do Something in Season 3 That It’s “Never Done,” According to Candace Cameron Bure
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Fuller House Will Do Something in Season 3 That It’s “Never Done,” According to Candace Cameron Bure

If you’re still having nostalgia attacks every time you watch Fuller House, then you were probably psyched to find out that the season three premiere date will mark a super special occasion. You’ll also love the exciting tidbit of info that the show’s star Candace Cameron Bure just revealed about the next batch of episodes.

Chatting with Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards — where she won Choice TV Actress: Comedy — Bure dished about the upcoming season, saying, “It’s so great. We are almost finished filming it. We just came back from Japan last night and shot an amazing episode there.” Wait, what? Japan! We can’t wait to see that.

And you better believe we ran right over to Bure’s Instagram account, where you can find glimpses of the group’s trip abroad.

The cast and crew apparently filmed in Tokyo, where they enjoyed some bus shenanigans, explored an old sake brewery, and spent their fair share of time enjoying lots of yummy treats and nonstop eats.

During her chat with ET, Bure also teased a change for the show. She says this time around, there will be “a lot of summer fun, which we’ve never done on 10 seasons of the show, 11 seasons. So, summer fun and then we have this huge trip [to Japan]. So, if you think old Full House like Disney World or Hawaii, Japan in Fuller House is even bigger.”

Are you excited for season three of Fuller House (AND their big trip to Japan)? Let us know @BritandCo!

(h/t Entertainment Tonight; photo via Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)